December 6, 2011

My 3rd Attempt At Making Dolly Furniture!

So, I wanted to create a seat and coffee table set that had more of a contemporary look, but was versatile enough to still look a bit classic. I found a cool paint that created a textured "stone" effect on the wood pieces that I cut, which was a pain to use, but had a nice finishing touch. I also hand sewed some pillows to add a touch of color to my third round of dolly furniture. :)

OOAK Re-Root "Silver" Amelie redressed in Kolkman Kreations top, Hazel Street Designs jeans, & Swarovski bracelets handmade by me
Pillows, table, and seat all crafted by me
Props: Miscellaneous Re-Ment & Hobby store finds

14 comments:

  1. Very, very nice! Love the color combo. Isn't that stone paint a pain. It took forever for mine to dry.

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  2. Thanks, Vanessa! It did take me forever to dry! Other paints usually only take about a day or less, but this took several!

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  3. That's really cool Dolly, I would like to try this!

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  4. Ooo, I love the textured look!

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  5. Thanks, Ebony! You should definitely try! It's so much fun! :)

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  6. Hello from Spain: I am a follower of your blog but now when I create the mine own one I decide to felicitarte by your great work. Your furniture and armchairs enchant to me. It really seems stone. The bags of your dolls are ideal. I invite to you to visit my blog dedicated to Barbie and its complements: all4barbie.blogspot.com. We follow in contact of blog blog

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  7. Cool! It really looks like stone. :)

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  8. Hi Marta! Thanks for the kind words! I like your blog too! :)

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  9. Thanks, Smidge Girl! I'm glad that it does! :)

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  10. this blog is always great!

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  11. I love what you've done to the seat and coffee table! I've used a similar spray paint in the past. It's kinda cool!

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